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HARYANA VIDYUT PRASARAN NIGAM

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
FOR
420kV CVTs, 245kV, 145kV & 72.5kV CAPACITOR
VOLTAGE TRANSFORMERS & POTENTIAL
TRANSFORMERS
AND 36kV POTENTIAL TRANSFORMERS

SPECIFICATION No. HPD/S-76/HPM-466/Prot. (NOV-2012)

Chief Engineer/MM
Design Directorate, HVPNL,
Shakti Bhawan, Sec-6,
Panchkula-134109 (HARYANA).
Tel./Fax No. 0172-2583724
Email:- cemm@hvpn.gov.in
sedesign@hvpn.gov.in

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CONTENTS
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SCOPE

PAGE NO.
3

2.0

STANDARDS

3.0

SERVICE CONDITIONS

4.0

PRINCIPAL PARAMETERS

5.0

GENERAL TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

6.0

TESTS

10

7.0

DOCUMENTATION

11

ANNEXURES
I.

COREWISE DETAILS FOR


A-(i)

420kV CVTs

13

B-(i)

245kV CVTs

14

B-(ii)

245kV PTs

15

C-(i)

145kV CVTs

16

C-(ii)

145kV PTs WITH METERING CORE

17

D -(i)

72.5kV CVTs

18

D-(ii)

72.5kV PTs

19

E (i)

36kV PTs

20

GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS


OF CVTs

21

GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS


OF PTs
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23

II. A

II. B

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1.0

SCOPE :

1.1

This specification provides for design, engineering, manufacture, testing of


outdoor instrument transformers alongwith terminal connectors for protection
and metering services in different 420/220/132/66kV S/Stn. in Haryana.
It is not the intent to specify completely herein all details of the design and
construction of equipments. However the equipment shall conform in all
respects to high standards of engineering design and workmanship and shall
be acceptable to the purchaser, who will interpret in a manner the meanings
of drawings and specifications and shall have the power to reject any work or
material, which in his judgement is not in accordance therewith. The
equipment offered shall be complete with all components necessary for its
effective and trouble free operation. Such components shall be deemed to
be within the scope of supply irrespective of whether those are specifically
brought out in this specification and or the commercial order or not.

1.2

2.0

STANDARDS:

Sl.No. Standard No.


1.
IS : 3156
(Part-I to Part-III)
2.
IS : 3156 (Part-IV)
3.
IS : 2099
4.
IS : 3347
5.
IS : 2071
6.
IS : 335
7.
IS : 2165
8.

IS : 2147

9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.

IEC- 186
IEC - 186A
IEC - 270
IS - 5561
IS -4800
IEC- 44 (4)
IEC-171
IEC - 358
IEC-60
IEC-8263
IS: 9348
IS: 2633
IS: 11065

2.2

IS: 5621

Title.
Voltage transformer
Capacitor Voltage Transformer
High Voltage porcelain bushing.
Dimensions of porcelain transformer bushings
Method of High Voltage Testing
Insulating oil for transformers and switchgears
Insulation Co-ordination for equipments of 100 kV and
above.
Degree of protection provided by enclosures for low
voltage switchgear and control.
Voltage Transformers
First supplement to IEC publication 186
Partial discharge Measurement
Terminal Connectors
Enameled round winding wires
Instrument Transformer measurement of PDs
Insulation Co-Ordination
Coupling capacitor divider.
High Voltage testing techniques.
Method for RIV test on high voltage insulators.
Coupling capacitors and capacitor dividers
Methods of testing hot dipped galvanized articles
Drawings.
Indian Electricity Rules 1956
Hollow porcelain insulators.

Equipment meeting with the requirements of other authoritative standards,


which ensure equal or better performance than the standards mentioned
above, shall also be considered. When the equipment offered by the supplier

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conforms to other standards salient points of difference between standards


adopted and the standards specified in this specification shall be clearly
brought out in the relevant schedule. Four copies of such standards with
authentic translation in English shall be furnished alongwith the offer.
3.0

SERVICE CONDITIONS :
Equipment to be supplied against this specification shall be suitable for
satisfactory continuous operation under the following tropical conditions:i) Location
IN THE STATE OF HARYANA

ii) Max. ambient air temp( C)


50
-2.5
iii) Min. ambient air temp (C)
iv) Maximum Relative humidity (%)
100
v) Minimum Relative humidity (%)
26
vi) Average annual rainfall (mm)
900
vii) Max. wind pressure (Kg/sq.m.)
195
viii)Max. altitude above mean sea level (meters)
1000
ix) Isoceraunic level (days/year)
50
x) Seismic level (horizontal acceleration)
0.3g.

Note :

Moderately hot and humid tropical climate conducive to rust and fungus
growth. The climatic conditions are also prone to wide variations in
ambient conditions. Smoke is also present in the atmosphere. Heavy
lightening also occur during June to October.

4.0

PRINCIPAL PARAMETERS :
The capacitor voltage transformers and potential transformers covered in this
specification shall meet the technical requirements listed hereunder.
PRINCIPAL TECHNICAL PARAMETERS:
Sl.
No.
1.

Type/Installation

2.

Type of mounting

3.

Highest system
voltage (kV rms)
Suitable
for
system frequency
Rated
primary
voltage (kV rms
No. of Secondary
Cores
&
Secondary
Voltage (Volts)
PT

4.
5.
6.

i)

Item

Specification
420kV
245kV
145kV
72.5kV
36kV
Single Phase, Oil filled,Self cooled, Hermetically sealed
Outdoor type _____
-----Steel structure---------420

245

145

72.5

36

66/3

33/3

50 Hz
400/3

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220/3

Core I,II
110/3

132/3

Core I,II,III
110/3

Core I,II
110/3

Core I,II
110/3

ii)

CVT

7.

Method of earthing
the system
1.2/50
microsecond
lightning impulse
withstand voltage
(kVp)
1 Minute dry & wet
power frequency
withstand voltage
primary (kV rms)
Min.
creepage
distance
of
porcelain housing
(mm)
Creepage factor
(max.)
Rated
voltage
factor
Equivalent
capacitance
at
power frequency
for carrier coupling
for CVT (PF)
Resultant
high
frequency
capacitance
for
CVT (PF)
One minute power
frequency
withstand voltage
for
secondary
winding (kV rms)
Max. temperature
rise over ambient
of 50C

8.

9.

10.

11.
12.
13.

14.

15.

16.

5.0
5.1
5.1.1

Core I,II,III
110/3

Core I,II, III


110/3

Core I,II, III


110/3

Core I,II
110/3

Solidly earthed
1425

1050

650

325

170

630

460

275

140

70

10500

6125

3625

1815

900

4.0
1.2 continuous and 1.5 for 30 seconds
8800+10%
-5%

N.A

8800 in carrier frequency range of 40 KHz N.A to 500 KHz with


variation in capacitance as contained in IEC-358 (i.e- 20% & +50%)

3.0

As per IS:3156 or equivalent IEC

GENERAL TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS:


Common for all CVTs & PTs
The insulation of the instrument transformers shall be so designed that the
internal insulation shall have higher electrical withstand capability than the
external insulation. The designed dielectric withstand values of external and
internal insulations shall be clearly withstand values specified in this

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5.1.2
5.1.2.1

5.1.2.2

5.1.3

5.1.4

5.1.5

5.1.6
5.1.6.1

i)
ii)
iii)
5.1.7

5.1.8

5.1.9

guaranteed technical particulars. The dielectric withstand values specified in


this specification are meant for fully assembled instrument transformers.
Porcelain Housing :
The details of location and type of joint, if provided on the porcelain, shall be
furnished by the supplier alongwith the offer. The housing shall be made of
homogeneous, vitreous porcelain of high mechanical and dielectric strength,
glazing of porcelain shall be of uniform brown or dark brown colour with a
smooth surface arranged to shed away rain water or condensed water
particles (fog).
Details of attachment of metallic flanges to the porcelain shall be brought out
in the offer. Nuts and bolts or screws used for fixation of the interfacing
porcelain bushings for taking out terminals, shall be provided on flanges
cemented to the bushings and not on the porcelain.
METAL TANK:
The metal tanks shall have bare minimum number of welded joints so as to
minimise possible locations of oil leakage. The metal tanks shall be made
out of mild steel/Stainless steel/aluminium alloy, depending on the
requirement. Welding in horizontal plane is to be avoided as welding at ths
location may give way due to vibratins during transport resulting in oil
leakage. Supplier has to obtain specific approval from purchaser for any
horizontal welding used in the bottom tank.
Surface Finish:
The ferrous parts exposed to atmosphere shall be hot dip galvanised or shall
be coated with atleast two coats of zinc rich epoxy painting. All nuts, bolts
and washers shall be made out of stainless steel.
Insulating Oil:
Insulating oil required for first filling of the instrument transformer shall be
covered in supplier's scope of supply. The oil shall meet the requirements of
latest edition IS:335 or equivalent IEC.
Prevention of Oil leakages and Entry of Moisture:
The supplier shall ensure that the sealing of instrument transformer is
properly achieved. In this connection the arrangement provided by the
supplier at various locations including the following ones shall be described,
supported by sectional drawings.
Locations of emergence of primary and secondary terminals.
Interface between porcelain housing and metal tanks.
Cover of the secondary terminal box.
GASKETS:
For gasketed joints, wherever used nitrile butyl rubber gaskets shall be used.
The gasket shall be fitted in properly machined groove with adequate space
for accommodating the gasket under compression.
Oil level indicators:
Instrument transformers shall be provided with oil sight window (Prismatic
Type) at suitable location so that the oil level is clearly visible with naked eye
to an observer standing at ground level.
EARTHING:

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Metal tank of the instrument transformer shall be provided with two separate earthing
terminals for bolted connection to 50X8mm MS flat to be provided by the Purchaser for
connection to station earth-mate.
LIFTING & TRANSPORTATION ARRANGEMENTS:
Instrument transformer shall be provided with suitable lifting arrangement, to lift the
entire unit. The lifting arrangement shall be clearly shown in the general arrangement
drawings. Lifting arrangement (lifting eye) shall be positioned in such a way so as to
avoid any damage to the porcelain housing or the tanks during lifting for
installation/transport. If necessary, string guides shall be offered which shall be of
removable type. The instrument transformers shall be so constructed that it can be
easily transported to site within the allowable transport limitation and in horizontal
position, if the transport limitations so demand.

5.1.10

5.1.11

NAME PLATE:
The instrument transformer shall be provided with non-corrosive, legible name plate
with the information specified in relevant standards, duly engraved/punched on it. In
addition to these P.O. NO.& Connection diagram shall also be marked in rating plate.

5.1.12

TERMINAL CONNECTORS:
Suitable terminal connectors of type 4 IPS Aluminium tube for 400kV CVTs and
suitable terminal connectors for connecting single Tarantulla conductor for 220kV
CVTs/PTs & for Single ACSR Zebra in 132kV, 66kV CVTs/PTs & 33kV PTs shall be
supplied. Suitable terminal earth connectors for earthing connections shall also be
provided.
The terminal connectors shall meet the following requirements:
Terminal connectors shall be manufactured and tested as per IS:5561 or equivalent
IEC.
All castings shall be free from blow holes, surface blisters, cracks and cavities. All
sharp edges and corners shall be blurred and rounded off.
No part of a clamp shall be less than 10mm thick.
All ferrous parts shall be hot dip galvanized conforming to IS:2633 or equivalent IEC.
For bimetallic connectors, copper alloy liner of minimum 2mm thickness shall be cast
integral with aluminium body.
Flexible connectors shall be made from tinned copper/aluminium sheets.
All currents carrying parts shall be designed and manufactured to have minimum
contact resistance.
Connectors shall be designed to be corona free in accordance with the requirements
stipulated in IS: 5561 or equivalent IEC.

5.1.12.1
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
5.1.13

INSULATION:
Enamel, if used for conductor insulation, shall be polyvinyl acetate type or amide emide
type and shall meet the requirements of IS:4800 or equivalent IEC. Polyester enamel
shall not be used. Double cotton cover, if used, shall be suitably covered to ensure
that it does not come in contact with oil.

5.1.14

TEMPERATURE RISE:
The temperature rise on any part of equipment shall not exceed maximum temperature
rise specified in IS:3156 or equivalent IEC. However, the permissible temperature rise
indicated is for a maximum ambient temperature of 50C.
OIL FILLING & DRAIN VALVES:

5.1.15

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5.1.16

5.2
5.2.1

5.2.2

5.2.3

5.2.4

5.2.5
5.2.6
5.2.7

5.2.8

5.2.9
5.2.10

The instrument transformers shall be vacuum filled with oil after processing and
thereafter hermetically sealed to eliminate breathing and to prevent air and
moisture from entering the tanks, sealing type oil filling and/or oil sampling cocks shall
be provided with facility to reseal the same. The method adopted for hermetic sealing
shall be described in the offer.
PRESSURE RELIEF DEVICE:
Suitable arrangement shall be made to accommodate the expansion and contraction of
oil due to temperature variation. The pressure variation shall be kept within limits
which do not impair the tightness of the instrument transformer. A pressure relief
device capable of releasing abnormal internal pressure shall be provided.
CAPACITOR VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER (CVT):
The CVTs comprising of a capacitor divider unit and electromagnetic unit shall be
single phase, oil filled hermetically sealed, self cooled, outdoor type and suitable for
direct line connection without any fuse and isolating switches, These CVTs are
required to be used on interlinking substations in Haryana power system for the
purpose of protection, synchronising, interlocking, carrier coupling and metering. CVTs
shall be suitable for connecting the carrier terminals to single circuit and double circuit
transmission lines for phase to phase coupling for power line carrier, voice
communication, telemetering & teleprinting services.
The secondary terminals of potential unit, high frequency coupling terminal and the
earthing terminals shall be brought out separately and housed in a water proof cabinet
outside the main steel chamber.
The capacitor voltage transformer shall be suitable for simultaneous use as measuring
unit, for feeding voltage supply to protective relays and as coupling capacitor for carrier
transmission i.e. for voice communication, carrier protective relays, telemetering,
teleprinting services over one or more carrier channels in the frequency range of 40 to
500KHz.
The capacitors shall be designed for wide frequency band and low dielectric loss.
Their natural frequency shall be considerably higher than the carrier frequency range of
40 KHz to 500 KHz.
The unit capacitors shall be so designed that no damage to internal elements or
change in electrostatic capacitance is resulted by the application of impulse voltage.
Each CVT including its emvt unit shall be filled with insulating oil conforming to IS:335
or equivalent IEC. And shall be hermetically sealed against moisture and dust.
The electromagnetic voltage transformer unit of CVT intended for out-door installation
whose primary is to be fed by the inter-mediate tapping of capacitor divider shall be of
oil immersed, self cooled design and shall be suitable for metering, relaying &
synchronising services. The core of this transformer shall be of high accuracy at
normal & high voltages. The primary winding shall be connected through a
compensating reactor to compensate the voltage increase at inter-mediate tapping,
whatever is the load within range of rated burden.
The design shall be free from corona effect to keep noise level of carrier frequency link
very low. Use may be made of grading rings or Electrostatic screen for this purpose if
required.
The design shall be suitable for rapid reclosing of the circuit and shall be capable of
accurate and proportionate transmission of sudden variation in the primary voltage.
Each CVT shall be provided with a suitable damping device so that ferro resonance
oscillation due to saturation of iron core of transformer or any inductance connected in

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5.2.11
i)
ii)
iii)

parallel with it and initiated by either over voltages on the net work side or by opening
of the short circuited primary or secondaries, shall be practically zero. Oscillations of
the secondary voltages which may arise as a result of breakdown of primary voltages
due to short circuits shall not affect the proper working of protective relays. This shall
confirm to provisions of clause:42 of IEC recommendations 186-A.
Design of the potential units of the CVT shall be based on the following requirements in
connection with protective relaying.
They must transmit accurately sudden drops of primary voltage.
The CVTs must not enter into sub-harmonic resonance and transient oscillations during
energisation. They must be damped out with sufficient rapidness.
They must have sufficiently low short circuit impedance as seen from secondary.

5.2.12

A device shall be incorporated in a capacitor voltage transformer for the purpose of


limiting over voltages which may appear across one or more of its components and/or
to prevent sustained ferro resonance.
The device may include a spark gap and may be located in several different ways
according to its nature. (Clause 2.12 of IS:3156 (Part-IV)-1978 or IEC-186A Clause
37.12)

5.2.13
5.2.13.1

SECONDARY TERMINAL BOXES:


Suitable terminal boxes with removable gland plate for facilitating the entry of H.F.
Cable & VT control cables shall be provided at an accessible position.
The secondary terminals of 420kV, 245kV, 145kV & 72.5kV CVTs shall be brought out
in two separate weather proof terminal boxes and it shall be provided with a removable
gland plates.
In case of 420kV, 245kV & 145kV CVTs, in the first box, secondary terminals of CoreI & II (i.e. Protection and measurement cores) shall be brought out. For 72.5kV CVT in
the first box the secondary terminals of 1st core (i.e. Protection and measurement core)
shall be brought out.
In the second box the secondary terminals of 3rd core (i.e metering Core) of 420kV,
245kV & 145kV CVTs and 2nd core (i.e metering Core) of 72.5kV CVT shall be brought
out. The Metering secondary terminal box shall be provided with proper sealing facility.

5.2.13.2

5.3

Voltage Transformer (PT):

5.3.1.
5.3.1.1

CORE:
The voltage transformers shall be oil immersed, sealed type and self cooled, suitable
for the services indicated & conforming to the modern practices of designs and
construction. The core shall be of high grade, non ageing, electrical silicon laminated
steel of low hysteresis loss and high permeability to ensure high accuracy at both
normal and over voltages.

5.3.1.2
i)
ii)

The design of PT shall be based on following requirements.


They must transmit sudden drops of primary voltages.
They must have sufficiently low short circuit impedance as seen from secondary.

5.3.2.
5.3.2.1

SECONDARY TERMINAL BOXES:


The secondary terminals of the PTs except 145KV PTs (having 3 cores) & 36kV PTs
(Having two cores) shall be brought out in a weather proof terminal box and it shall be
provided with a removable gland plate.
In case of 145kV & 36kV PTs, two separate weather proof terminal boxes shall be
provided.

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In the first box, the terminals of core-I & II of 145kV PT and Core-II of 36kV PT shall be
brought out. The terminal box shall be provided with a removable gland plate.
In the second box, the terminals of Core-III of 145kV PT (i.e. metering core) and core-I
of 36kV PT shall be brought out. The terminal box shall be provided with a removable
gland plate and with proper sealing facility.
5.3.2.2

All the fuses and the links shall be provided at the V.T terminal boxes.

5.3.2.3

The primary winding of voltage transformers will be connected phase to ground.

6.0
6.1
6.1.1

TESTS :
TYPE TEST
TYPE TESTS OF POTENTIAL TRANSFORMERS (PT's)
The equipment offered should be fully type tested. In case, the equipment of the type
and design offered has already been type tested, the supplier shall furnish 4 sets of
type test reports alongwith the offer. The type test reports should not be more than
seven years old, reckoned from the date of bid opening and the type test should have
been carried out in accordance with ISS-2705(1992)/equivalent IEC from Govt./ Govt.
approved test house.
However, temperature rise test although covered under type tests will be got conducted
by the supplier on one piece of total ordered quantity of each type, at his premises in
the presence of the inspecting officer of the purchaser, without any extra charges. The
purchaser reserves the right to demand repetition of some or all the type tests in the
presence of purchaser's representative.

6.1.2

TYPE TESTS OF CAPACITIVE VOLTAGE TRANSFORMERS (CVT's)


The equipment offered should be fully type tested. In case, the equipment of the type
and design offered has already been type tested, the supplier shall furnish 4 sets of
type test reports of the following tests alongwith the offer.
Tests as per clause No. 12.1, 12.2 & 14 of IEC-358 (1990)and clause 10.1 (b), 10.1 (d),
10.1(e), 10.1(f), 49,51,52 & 53 of IEC-186 (1987) latest addition of IEC's to be
considered.

6.2
i)

ii)

7.0

The type test reports should not be more than seven years old, reckoned from the date
of bid opening and the type test should have been carried out in accordance with IEC358(1992) and IEC-186 (1987) from Govt. approved test house.
However, temperature rise test although covered under type tests will be got conducted
by the supplier on one place of total ordered quantity of each type, at his premises in
the presence of the inspecting officer of the purchaser, without any extra charges. The
purchaser reserves the right to demand repetition of some or all the type tests in the
presence of purchaser's representative.
ACCEPTANCE AND ROUTINE TESTS :
All acceptance and routine tests as stipulated in the relevant standards shall be carried
out by the Supplier in presence of purchaser's representative, unless dispensed with in
writing by the Purchaser.
Immediately after finalisation of the programme of routine /acceptance testing , the
Supplier shall give sufficient advance intimation to the Purchaser to enable him to
depute his representative for witnessing the testing.
DOCUMENTATION:

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7.1

All drawings shall conform to international standards organisation (ISO) `A' series of
drawing sheet/Indian Standards Specification IS:11065. All drawings shall be in ink and
suitable for microfilming. If drawings are computerized than all drawings shall be nicely
printed. All dimensions and data shall be in S.I.Units.

7.2

List of drawings:
General outline and assembly drawings of the equipment.
Graphs showing the performance of equipment's in regard to magnetisation
characteristics; ratio & phase angle curves, ratio correction factor curves.
Sectional views showing:
General Constructional Features.
Materials/Gaskets/Sealing used.
The insulation & the winding arrangements, method of connection of the primary /
secondary winding to the primary/ secondary terminals etc.
Porcelain used and its dimensions.
Arrangement of terminals and details of connection studs provided.
Name plate.
Schematic drawing.
Detailed drawing of pressure release device with detailed literature.
Terminal connector drawing.

a)
b)
c)
i)
ii)
iii)
iv)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
NOTE:-

All above drawings should bear a minimum space (14X10cm) for stamping the
approval of drawings by the purchaser.

7.3

The bidder shall submit four sets of final versions of complete and correct equipment
drawings except 7.2 (b) above (actual of which shall be supplied at the time of
inspection) for purchasers approval alongwith bid in a sealed envelope. The purchaser
shall communicate his comments/approval on the drawings to the supplier within 21
days from the date of issue of LOI. The submission of complete and correct readable
drawings for approval is the responsibility of the bidder/supplier. The supplier shall, if so
required by the purchaser, modify the drawings and resubmit four copies of the
modified drawings for purchasers approval within two weeks from the date of
purchasers comments. Then, the purchaser shall approve the revised drawings within
two weeks from the date of its receipt.

7.4

The manufacturing of the equipment shall be strictly in accordance with the approved
drawings and no deviation shall be permitted without the written approval of the
purchaser. All manufacturing and fabrication work in connection with the equipment
prior to the approval of the drawing shall be at the supplier's risk.

7.5

The successful bidder shall also supply one set of nicely bound all the approved
drawings & instruction manual containing handling, installation, testing and
commissioning of equipment at the time of dispatch of material to the consignee with
each equipment for our field staff without which the supply will not be considered
as complete supply. In addition, 5 sets of such bound manuals and final approved
drawings shall be supplied for reference & record in our design office alongwith one
good quality soft copy (CD) of approved drawings and instruction manuals, if
computerized.

7.6

Approval of drawings / work by Purchaser shall not relieve the Supplier of his

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responsibility and liability for ensuring correctness and correct interpretation of the
latest revision of applicable standards, rules and codes of practices. The equipment
shall conform in all respects to high standards of engineering, design, workmanship
and latest revisions of relevant standards at the time of ordering and purchaser shall
have the power to reject any work or material which in his judgement is not in full
accordance therewith.
NOTE :- 1. In case the equipment offered by the Supplier does not meet with the
requirement of technical specification the offer of the firm shall not be
considered.

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ANNEXURE- I A (i)
COREWISE DETAILS OF 420kV CAPACITOR VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER (CVT)

Sl.
Requirement
No.
1. Rated Primary voltage
2. Type
3. No. of Secondaries
4. Rated voltage factor
5. Capacitance (minimum)
6. Rated voltage (volts)
7. Application
8. Accuracy
9. Output burden (VA)
10Percentage voltage error &
phase
displacement
(minutes) for respective
specified accuracy classes.
Note:-

Particulars
400/3kV
Single phase
3
1.2 continuous & 1.5 for 30 seconds
8800 (+10%, -5%) pico farads
Secondary-I Secondary-II Secondary-III
110/3
110/3
110/3
Metering &
Protection
Metering
Protection
1/3P
3P
0.2
100
50
50
As per ISS/IEC

Each winding shall fulfill its respective specified accuracy requirement within its
specified output range whilst at the same time the other winding has an output
of any value form zero to 100% of the output range specified for the other
winding in line with clause 6.2.1 of IS 3156 (Part-2 & Part-3) 1992 or its
equivalent IEC.

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ANNEXURE- IB(i)
COREWISE DETAILS OF 245kV CAPACITOR VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER (CVT)

Sl.
Requirement
No.
11. Rated Primary voltage

Particulars
220/3kV

12.

Type

13.

No. of Secondaries

14.

Rated voltage factor

1.2 continuous & 1.5 for 30 seconds

15.

Capacitance (minimum)

16.

Rated voltage (volts)

17.

Application

Single phase

8800 (+10%, -5%) pico farads


Secondary-I

Secondary-II

Secondary-III

110/3

110/3

110/3

Protection &

Protection

Metering

Measurement

18.

Accuracy

1/3P

3P

0.2

19.

Output burden (VA)

100

50

10

20.

Percentage voltage error &


phase
displacement
(minutes) for respective
specified accuracy classes.

Note:-

As per ISS/IEC

Each winding shall fulfil its respective specified accuracy requirement within its
specified output range whilst at the same time the other winding has an output
of any value form zero to 100% of the output range specified for the other
winding in line with clause 6.2.1 of IS 3156 (Part-2 & Part-3) 1992 or its
equivalent IEC.

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ANNEXURE- IB(ii)

COREWISE DETAILS OF 245kV POTENTIAL TRANSFORMER (PT)

Sl.
Particulars
No.
1.
Rated Primary voltage

Requirement

2.

Type

Single phase

3.

No. of Secondaries

4.

Rated voltage factor

1.2 continuous & 1.5 for 30 seconds

5.

Rated voltage (volts)

6.

Application

220/3kV

Secondary-I

Secondary-II

110/3

110/3

Protection &

Protection

Measurement

7.

Accuracy

1/3P

3P

8.

Output burden (VA)

150

50

9.

Percentage voltage error &


phase
(minutes)

As per ISS/IEC

displacement
for

respective

specified accuracy classes.


Note:-

Each winding shall fulfil its respective specified accuracy requirement within its
specified output range whilst at the same time the other winding has an output
of any value form zero to 100% of the output range specified for the other
winding in line with clause 6.2.1 of IS 3156 (Part-2 & Part-3) 1992 or its
equivalent IEC.

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ANNEXURE- IC(i)

COREWISE DETAILS OF 145kV CAPACITOR VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER (CVT).


Sl.
Requirement
No.
1.
Rated Primary voltage

Particulars
1323kV

2.

Type

3.

No. of Secondaries

4.

Rated voltage factor

1.2 continuous & 1.5 for 30 seconds

5.

Capacitance (minimum)

6.

Rated voltage (volts)

7.

Single phase

Application

8800 (+10%, -5%) pico farads


Secondary-I

Secondary-II

Secondary-III

110/3

110/3

110/3

Protection &

Protection

Metering

1/3P

3P

0.2

50

25

10

Measurement

8.

Accuracy

9.

Output burden (VA)

10.

Percentage voltage error &


phase
(minutes)

As per ISS/IEC

displacement
for

respective

specified accuracy classes.


Note:-

Each winding shall fulfil its respective specified accuracy requirement within its
specified output range whilst at the same time the other winding has an output
of any value form zero to 100% of the output range specified for the other
winding in line with clause 6.2.1 of IS 3156 (Part-2 & Part-3) 1992 or its
equivalent IEC.

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ANNEXURE- IC(ii)

COREWISE DETAILS OF 145kV POTENTIAL TRANSFORMER (PT).

Sl.
Particulars
No.
1.
Rated Primary voltage

Requirement

2.

Type

Single phase

3.

No. of Secondaries

4.

Rated voltage factor

1.2 continuous & 1.5 for 30 seconds

5.

Rated voltage (volts)

6.

Application

132/3kV

Secondary-I

Secondary-II

Secondary-III

110/3

110/3

110/3

Protection &

Protection

METERING

Measurement
7.

Accuracy

1/3P

3P

0.2

8.

Output burden (VA)

250

25

20

9.

Percentage voltage error &


phase
(minutes)

As per ISS/IEC

displacement
for

respective

specified accuracy classes.


Note:-

Each winding shall fulfil its respective specified accuracy requirement within its
specified output range whilst at the same time the other winding has an output
of any value form zero to 100% of the output range specified for the other
winding in line with clause 6.2.1 of IS 3156 (Part-2 & Part-3) 1992 or its
equivalent IEC.

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ANNEXURE- ID(i)

COREWISE DETAILS OF 72.5kV CAPACITOR VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER


(CVT)S.
Sl.
Requirement
No.
1.
Rated Primary voltage

Particulars
66/3kV

2.

Type

3.

No. of Secondaries

4.

Rated voltage factor

1.2 continuous & 1.5 for 30 seconds

5.

Capacitance (minimum)

6.

Rated voltage (volts)

7.

Single phase

Application

8800 (+10%, -5%) pico farads


Secondary-I

Secondary-II

110/3

110/3

Protection &

Metering

Measurement
8.

Accuracy

9.

Output burden (VA)

10.

Percentage voltage error &


phase
(minutes)

1/3P

0.2

50

10
As per ISS/IEC

displacement
for

respective

specified accuracy classes.


Note:-

Each winding shall fulfil its respective specified accuracy requirement within its
specified output range whilst at the same time the other winding has an output
of any value form zero to 100% of the output range specified for the other
winding in line with clause 6.2.1 of IS 3156 (Part-2 & Part-3) 1992 or its
equivalent IEC.

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ANNEXURE- ID(ii)

COREWISE DETAILS OF 72.5kV POTENTIAL TRANSFORMER (PT).

Sl.
Particulars
No.
1.
Rated Primary voltage

Requirement

2.

Type

Single phase

3.

No. of Secondaries

4.

Rated voltage factor

1.2 continuous & 1.5 for 30 seconds

5.

Rated voltage (volts)

6.

Application

66/3kV

Secondary-I

Secondary-II

110/3

110/3

Protection &

Protection

Measurement
7.

Accuracy

1/3P

3P

8.

Output burden (VA)

250

25

9.

Percentage voltage error &


phase
(minutes)

As per ISS/IEC

displacement
for

respective

specified accuracy classes.


Note:-

Each winding shall fulfil its respective specified accuracy requirement within its
specified output range whilst at the same time the other winding has an output
of any value form zero to 100% of the output range specified for the other
winding in line with clause 6.2.1 of IS 3156 (Part-2 & Part-3) 1992 or its
equivalent IEC.

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ANNEXURE- IE(i)

COREWISE DETAILS OF 36kV POTENTIAL TRANSFORMER (PT) OF 2 CORES.


Sl.
Requirement
No
1. Rated Primary voltage

Particulars
33/3kV

2.

Type

Single phase

3.

No. of Secondaries

4.

Rated voltage factor

1.2 continuous & 1.5 for 30 seconds

5.

Rated voltage (volts)

Secondary-I

Secondary-II

110/3

110/3

Main metering

Metering & Protection

6.

Application

7.

Accuracy

0.2

1/3P

8.

Output burden (VA)

10

50

9.

Percentage voltage error &


phase

As per ISS/IEC

displacement

(minutes) for respective


specified accuracy classes.
Note:-

Each winding shall fulfil its respective specified accuracy requirement within its
specified output range whilst at the same time the other winding has an output
of any value form zero to 100% of the output range specified for the other
winding in line with clause 6.2.1 of IS 3156 (Part-2 & Part-3) 1992 or its
equivalent IEC.

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ANNEXURE-IIA
GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS
CAPACITIVE VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER
1.

Name of manufacturer

2.

Type and model

3.

Rated voltage (kV)

4.

Capacitance :
a)
Primary capacitance C1 (pf)
b)
Secondary capacitance C2 (pf)
c)
Equivalent capacitance C (pf)

5.

Number of secondary windings

6.

Rated secondary windings :


a)
Winding-I (volts)
b)
Winding -Ii (volts)

7.

Rated secondary burden:


a)
Winding - I (VA)
b)
Winding - II (VA)

8.

Accuracy class of each secondary :


a) Winding -I (VA)
b) Winding - II (VA)

9.

Rated voltage factor with rated burden.

10.

One minute power frequency withstand:


Test (Dry) voltage (kV rms)

11.

One minute power frequency withstand test


(wet) voltage (kV rms)

12.

1.2/50 micro second impulse wave withstand


test voltage (kV rms)

13.

One minute power frequency withstand voltage


on secondaries (kV rms)

14.

Total creepage distance (mm)

15.

Creepage factor

16.

Is CVT suitable for carrier


frequency in the range of 40 to 500 KHz? (Yes/No)

17.

Natural frequency of coupling capacitors

18.

Rated Primary

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burden of potential devices (VA)


19.

Temperature rise at 1.2 times rated voltage with rated burden (C)

20.

Guaranteed value of temp. coefficient.


(percent per Ce

21.

Guaranteed value of radio interference voltage


in micro-volts at different voltages.

22.

Guaranteed sealing test. The pressure at


which sealing test is to be carried out.

23.

Guaranteed value of the H.F capacitances and


equivalent series resistance at different.

24.

Value of stray capacitance and stray conductance


in the carrier frequency range of 40 to 500 KHz.

25.

26.

Weight of oil and the standard to which it conforms


i)
In capacitor unit (Kg/IS)
ii)
In measuring unit. (Kg/IS)
Total weight (Kg)

27.

Over -all dimensions (mm)

28.

Mounting flange dimensional details

29.

Whether CVT are suitable for


Carrier communication,
carrier protection,
carrier telemetering and
carrier teleprinting services,
metering, relaying protection,
synchronising and interlocking purposes.

30.

Do the CVTs contain built in


compensating reactors and damping
device in P.T. portion?

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(Yes/No)

ANNEXURE-IIB
POTENTIAL TRANSFORMER
1. Manufacturer's type and designation.
2. Type
3. Rated Frequency
4. Rated primary voltage
5. Number of secondary windings
6. Rated secondary windings :
a)
Winding-I
b)
Winding -II
c)
Winding -III
7. Class of Accuracy.
a)
Winding - I
b)
Winding - II
c)
Winding -III
8. Limits of errors.
a) Winding -I
i) Percentage voltage ratio error
ii) Phase displacement. (Minutes)
b) Winding - II
i) Percentage voltage ratio error
ii) Phase displacement (minutes)
c) Winding - III
i) Percentage voltage ratio error
iii)
Phase displacement (minutes)
9. Rated burden.
a) Winding - I
b) Winding -II
c) Winding-III
10.
11.

Rated voltage factor and time


Temperature rise at 1.2 times rated
applied continuously with
rated burden (C)

12.

Insulation class of
a) Primary windings
b) Secondary windings

13.

One minute power frequency:


(Dry) withstand Test voltage (kV)
One minute power frequency (wet)

14.

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voltage when

withstand test voltage (kV)


15.

1.2/50 micro second impulse withstand


test voltage (kV peak)

16.

One minute power frequency withstand


voltage on secondaries (volts)

17.
18.

a) Creepage distance.
c) Creepage factor
Standard to which the equipment conforms

19.

Standard to which the oil conforms

20.

Total weight of the P.T.

21.

Overall dimensions

22.

Mounting details

23.

Weight of the oil

24.

Total shipping weight.

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